TDE's YouTube Channel Shut Down For Copyright Infringement
Top Dawg Entertainment receives a blow from YouTube for third-party copyright claims.
Following Kendrick Lamar's "The Blacker The Berry" artwork lawsuit, his Cali-bred Top Dawg Entertainment label are hitting some legal snags of their own.
Users who have tried to access TDE's YouTube channel are blasted with a big, red banner that reads "Top Dawg Entertainment has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted."
Neither TDE nor any of its affiliates have released statements about the channel's cancellation.
Though fans are still able to access videos from the TDE artists such as Schoolboy Q and K. Dot, the channel's ban has yet to be lifted as of July 14.
Hopefully, whatever copyright obstacles the label faces are being ironed out. In the meantime, watch K. Dot's message for anyone else going through some hard times.
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